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Great Neck

noun
1.
a town on NW Long Island, in SE New York.
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  • The Indian name, of which "Great Neck" is probably a popular translation, signifies "a great field," Kehte-Konuk.

  • His Great Neck and fat face were fiery red with heat and excitement, and he panted as he gave them his news.

    The Roof Tree Charles Neville Buck
  • From his muzzle dribbled the froth of his anger, as he stiffened his Great Neck and rumbled a challenge to all the world.

    The Gringos B. M. Bower
  • Her few long black teeth hung loosely like tusks and the folds of fat on her chin curled down on her Great Neck.

  • The buck could swing his Great Neck a little, and drag the dog, but he could not shake him off.

    Rolf In The Woods Ernest Thompson Seton
  • If he drove out the white man, he should not clasp the Prester's rubies on his Great Neck.

    Prester John John Buchan
  • Without the flicker of an eyelash, he bent his Great Neck and took the blow in the depths of his woolly hair.

    In the Track of the Trades Lewis R. Freeman
  • She ran forward to him and placed her arms about his Great Neck where the veins were swollen almost to bursting point.

  • The movement showed for the first time a long ugly scar on the side of his Great Neck.

    Comrades Thomas Dixon

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